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Turck to showcase cabling solutions at Offshore Technology Conference

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Turck will be exhibiting its cabling products and solutions at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), May 6-9 in Houston, Texas.

One of the world’s foremost events for the development of offshore resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection, the OTC attracts more than 80,000 attendees and 2,500 exhibitors.

As an expert in the industry’s cabling applications, conditions and performance requirements, Turck offers solutions to meet and exceed customers’ needs. Turck will demonstrate its overmoulded cabling solution that provides a more robust alternative to field-assembled configurations.

Turck’s rugged overmoulded cordsets are 100% percent factory tested prior to installation, eliminating field assembly, soldering and wiring. Allowing fast and easy application integration, these cordsets reduce downtime and minimise maintenance labour and costs.

Turck will also feature Ethernet cabling and other fieldbus wiring solutions in addition to its unique Multiprotocol technology that delivers a reliable solution across hardware platforms, allowing users to employ one device for three protocols, EtherNet/IP, Modbus TCP/IP and PROFINET, and providing a comprehensive, easy-to-deploy industrial Ethernet solution.

Turck will be located at Booth 4817 in the German Pavilion, where visitors can view live product demonstrations and learn more about Turck’s cabling solutions.

Turck's extensive line of products includes advanced sensors, measurement, instrumentation, connectivity, interface and networks for factory and process automation markets. These products are available in Australia from Turck Australia .

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